Service begins in the living room of Pastor Keith Mitchell outside of Berry, KY.
Leroy Spicer sits, listening to the sermon. Spicer often employs Pastor Keith at the machine shop that his wife and son share ownership. The shop is about 2 miles down the road.
A worn down bible is given to those who do did not bring their own.
Communion is taken while Pastor Keith Mitchell reads a passage from his bible in his living room during service.
Everyone present are friends and family, they often laugh and talk during service. The mood is joyful and casual, while still holding reverence for the message. Pastor Keith Mitchell's son holds his newborn baby.
The cross that held the communion grape juice sits in the kitchen next to the unleavened bread that Pastor Mitchell cooked earlier that day.
The newborn is handed to Mitchell's wife Shirley so that her mother can eat the dinner that is served to everyone who showed up to service.
Shirley gazes at her daughter-in-law while she speaks during dinner.
The grandchildren play in the hallway while the family settles down to eat.
Mitchell's grandson plays with his aunt while his father holds him during dinner after service.
The Mitchell family after dinner, the table is cleared and now they just enjoy the company.